Read the required readings and answer the question below, need around 350 words Research an update on the Teksavvy case. Comment on the details of the case, and answer the following issues: If the information is collected without a warrant, is it still usable? Were the defendants and their equipment “in plain sight”? What excuses could the defendants use to defend themselves?
part one While new designs are being developed and refined, you should understand that a basic set of qualitative research designs includes phenomenology, grounded theory, case study, ethnography, or narrative. Describe what qualitative design would most effectively address your research question. Provide a 250–300 word write-up of a possible qualitative design. Describe the ethical considerations involved in obtaining a sample. Be sure to consider the need for anonymity and confidentiality and for preventing a conflict of interest. part 2 Beyond the broad approaches of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, there are many research designs. While the broader research approach decision […]
read those materials and the discussion post I uploaded, answer those discussion questions below 350 words needed Anderson, G. (2007). Biological Influences on Criminal Behavior. Chapter 1. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press and Simon Fraser University Publications. Christiansen, K.O. (1977). A preliminary study of criminality among twins. In S.A. Mednick & K.O. Christiansen (Eds.), Biosocial bases of criminal behavior (pp. 89-108). New York, NY: Halsted Press. Walters, G.D., & White, T.W. (1989). Heredity and crime: Bad genes or bad research? Criminology, 27(3), 455–485. doi:10.1111/j.1745-9125.1989.tb01042.x
Develop an overview of the Theory and Methods of Forensic Anthropology and identifies assumptions that connect the theory to practice. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the theory through empirical support from the literature Articulate how the theory is utilized to inform policy Show how the theory informs research References = at least 3 peer-reviewed resources formatted following APA
You’re the Judge This week, you are a judge in a federal district court where a man has been charged with possessing and distributing cocaine. The police obtained the evidence of his drug possession and sale by searching his home. Police arrived at the defendant’s house without a warrant, and the defendant and his wife were at home. The officers knocked, and the wife answered the door and consented to the search. The defendant objected to the search. The defendant has filed a motion to have the evidence excluded from his trial. Decide if the evidence should be admitted, and […]
I need a brochure made based off a made up Bullying Prevention Program. The brochure must discuss what types of things my program offers, as well as bullying statistics. Must look professional and give lots of information. This is a program that has to be original not a copy of another pre existing program.
No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper. Resources should be summarized or paraphrased with appropriate in-text and Resource page citations. As tolerances grow for the personal possession and use of marijuana, there is a need for purposeful and well-grounded discussions on the impact the relaxation of criminal sanctions involving marijuana may have. Do laws prohibiting the growing, manufacturing, harvesting, processing, transporting, sale, distribution, possession and/or use of marijuana in any quantity reflect the socio-political values of the community; whether that community is a local town/city, a state, or the nation? Do these laws keep us safe? […]
Critically reflect on one or more ethical issues related to research on illegal activities OR paying drug users in research studies. You should base your reflections on the two readings below that relate to your chosen topic. Word limit: 500 words Due date: 9 August 2017 Research on Illegal Activities Feenan, D. (2002). Legal Issues in Acquiring Information about Illegal Behaviour through Criminological Research. British Journal of Criminology, 42(4), 762-781. doi:10.1093/bjc/42.4.762 Roberts, L., & Indermaur, D. (2008). The Ethics of Research with Prisoners. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 19(3), 309-326. Drug Research Festinger, D. S., & Dugosh, K. L. (2012). […]
Firstly discuss in detail the argument forwarded by the author that culminates in the fact that the law enforcement agencies, if burdened with a crime prevention responsibility, are in fact burdened with an impossible mandate as far as expectations (from the community and /or politicians?) is concerned. Secondly, supply a thoroughly validated argument whether you agree with the “impossible mandate” or not. In essence, answer the following question: Can the law enforcement agencies prevent crime or not? Thirdly, discuss corruption and the influence thereof on policing in particular the effect on crime prevention.
Give examples of how public punishment has been used as a deterrent to criminal activity since the early beginnings of society. Using the EC Library Criminal Justice Research Guide (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (http://libguides.excelsior.edu.vlib.excelsior.edu/criminal-justice) search of examples of modern day public punishment, cite and provide a brief summary of one example you found.